Dear friend ,, i hope you understand me !!
i am not good in game programing ,, i am just dreaming to create the server i swear to you it will gonna be very usfel !! the ideas i have talked about don't aim to change the server system ,, i think it will be the same ,, but it aims to another things like making a new patch contain more teams from all over the world which will make the members happy and feels better ,, also trying to decrease the rate of cheating and change the mind of adminstration !!
Oh I do understand you, I am dreaming of an open source RCT game. Yesterday I looked at Sid Meiers RailRoads game, and some realistic Train simulator, and oh my god, such good graphics and animations, and nice mouse/visual interactions!!!!
I really wish I had those in my game!!
we are all here to help each other and i am really need the help ,, just to know how to create the server for the game :)
Dreaming is very good, as it gives you the drive to start realizing those dreams.
I think however you are starting at the wrong end here.
You seem completely focussed on the idea of getting a server. Given that pes6 is a commercial game, I assume that there are no open source variants nor is there any open information on how they actually work. So yeah, no doubt it is somewhere between extremely difficult and impossible to realize it.
To explain why I think you start at the wrong end, suppose for a moment, that someone gives you a server with everything on it. Then what?
You say yourself you're not good at game programming, so how are you going to make "a new patch contain more teams" or "reduce the amount of cheating" ?
The company that is running them now is already doing their best here. (Put yourself in their place, if there was an easy way to do either of what you suggest, wouldn't you do it? I would.)
In other words, under the fair assumption that the current servers are already setup as good as possible, what you want will be very hard. In my judgement, it's going to be so much harder that getting the server up would look trivial afterwards.
In my view, what you dream about is not possible to do for you, yet
. Just like I cannot have awesome 3D graphics and animations today, and I am stuck with 2.5D fixed view-point graphics from the 90s. Your (and my) plan A failed.
However bad it may look to you, this is normal. The first idea that you have is usually wrong. Such projects are so complicated that invariably you forget some crucial step in the process, stopping you dead in your tracks.
The trick is not to get obsessed with trying to do the impossible. Instead, learn what exactly broke your plan A. Then make a plan B that avoids the pitfalls you found while trying to do plan A. Look for other ways, find alternatives.Try to achieve it. If it fails, learn from it, and start plan C. Repeat until you achieved your goal.
So far the theory, the practice is a bit more difficult :)
Unless I am very mistaken, I believe that your plan to setup a pes6 server is not going to fly. Not only are you having difficulties in how to do it, it also seems to me that your goal of improving it, is currently beyond your capabilities.
Last but not least is the question whether running a server is legally allowed. Given that football and football games are very commercial, you can safely assume that someone is going to be very upset of you taking away market share and/or of publishing team setups which they have under an exclusive contract, and they will take legal action against you if that's possible.
Some alternatives for you are to become an active member of the fan-base that makes mods for this game (no idea whether they exist, but it is likely they do).
You can also start working on your game programming skills, either by yourself, or as part of an open source project. I would expect there are a zillion football oriented games in the open source world. It won't be as flashy as a commercial game, but it has a much better chance of getting it organized in the way you see as ideal.
thank you my friend :)
Sorry for shattering your plan A, but don't give up.